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F T r I a r j i t r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANx Wir VOLUME XVINO 3 n LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 20 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS I T DUBLIN It fJIIs BuiTerinj From au Epidemic of Committees and Men i Are Tired i c d Earnest Protest a Gentle man Who Describes Ire J tlands Latest Plague The Committee Woman Also Abouuds aud All Find Y Plenty of work 11 RB9SgBDP1 r Ireland has been called a be leagaered Country onaccount of the tl number of leagues established in the laud But if Ireland is the land of i leagues Dublin is the city committees 1 1says a writer in theDablln Independent The IrishIreland movement for which- Dublinta stich a stronghold has given rise to the formation of innumerable committees for the promotion of the Irish language music industries games and allj things racy of the soil It seems i as if nothing could be done now without a committee to help it along The firstI suggestion one hears whenever a newI project is mooted is Let us form a com mittee to deal with it And then theI poor overworked Irish Irelanders are canvassed once again and asked to form jet soother cdmmittee It is usually the same setof people who are appealed afdto overaud over again andon these too willing workers an everincreasing bur den falls till in these latter days it IsI really becoming intolerable There are some Dubliners who 1 eve not a single evening in the week which is not claimed by a committee meeting There is no leisure no home life for these peopleI They work hard all day at their offices or places of business for almost all jthese people are of the class which have to earn their bread and in the evening they turn out again and tramp off to sit for hours in B stuffy room using their brains Incessantly Over committee work i IsThei k actonolsmosLaadmirablekut1tisreaily not fair to make such excesslveTdemands upon our workers Their health must suffer in the long run from the burning of the caudle at both ends Can nothing be done to reduce the number of com mittees It strikes me that there is some overlapping and that some of the committees might be amalgamated with advantage and their work dovetailed I Time and energy might thus be saved without the efficiency of the work being impaired Granted that most of the com mittees really do get through a great deal of useful work and that the memo bers are really painstaking andzealous still one questions whether it is necessary to have quite so many of them A certain school of politicians used to think that they had done everything needful then they bad passed a strong resolution demanding sbnie reform Is there not a tendency among some Irish Irelanders to think that they have done their whole duty to tbe cause when they have appointed committee to deal with some department of their move ment At any rate there fis a prospect of some Dubliner going on strike against committees One worried Dubliner recently remarked that au AntlConimIt tee League ought to be founded as that tbe citizens should lake an anti committee pledge promising that they would neither join a committee themselves nor ask anybody to join one Seriously something must be done for the thing is becoming a veritable tread mill The present writer belongs to 1manycommittees and can speak from experience There is a tendency amongf committees to subdivide into a number of subcommittees each division of the work having its special committee to look after It and this of course make I the call on tbe members time itlll more numerous Some of these tubcorn suttees are distinctly tupetfluou andI an UHueccMarr tax on their lumbers Titers are euuy other coeunittrea philanthropic social and otherwise at work la tbe city tt well aa Irlh Irrlnd pace wtd It aust1U admitted thtt Iht latter sre ioftut+asetlax DISH I h for tutr Qwllc Lcgu cowiwIttM sir I tale baa4nMi llks NIl prwtlc sad a lilyh order of IftUlllfcac IN iowN by tbf rrreastrm Tk PUI4l cUwunt M Hover felie to iHtroduca a klrrr ef akaltats ladJlS ff Ulaiqt till nee ttrSJ lW JQf lullRtWSBd IItrdtoaauaas tl IIJIGIIuJ 1101Jflria cowwltt- N M be ktllU Jhs tUsWlRr 1- ehs N J p 14 Fiial41 alAki4IEK ucb otblr- Ntucf puWliU ly tit elated la talkrirf 1a9W4s1 I4 la erktiPI t4 lit uo- g9NtHvNihcy a Wisvd I14- 1a11N 1IrINNrtii 14s 00 J w k41 NIA pWei s4 JM 41ai4 ft a- InI 44+ tn+w fA rrJ +ritprpaiN- 1YtllertlWlHt1lrllpl JfflII u tKitHeI N+I lkir- 1W1 fwl ti allY pltir liI4 W 4 l9 rW4 l44J tI Ny tbW Ipff- sM4 WI Jtr = Jlr W W 1 + irk Wt4H sv1 H fJtftr i r 1I1t1t j ik Ytr H b wtw i- talb ft l f n ltr Arft a wW wrigtr trd p iJIIry ID ceoe end takes her place bravely side by- tide with the committee man The Gaelic League standing for progress as it does prides itself on having extended the franchise to women before Pnrlln ment his done so ti t Leaguemanydelegates Bud fire jof course vested in full voting powers On the Executive of the Gaelic League several women Ire elected annually and others of their sex are members of numerous Gaelic Lesgue committees in different pahs of the coun try The committee woman was first looked at by some oldfashioned folk rather Askance but site is now taken for granted end is as a rule cordially wel corned fontIs recognized that she does good work On Poor Law Boards as well as the Gaelic League committees and wherever else women take part in civil life their Influence is one makipg for good They are against jobbery andI corruption and they are not only Intelligent but impartial as a rule Many interesting character studies may be made at committees by the quiet observer We have all suffered from the longwinded orator whomlstakes a corn mittee for debating society and makes lengthy speeches when a few words wouldapavyerthc purpose as1 well There are others who go into the opposite eztremeiand never utter a word It neyer transpires whet their ideas are if they hare any ideas at ail 6h a big commit J tee thereare almpat always some useless members robes in the hive end the burden of the works fall nn a few Then there are those trying people who waste time over petty details and lose sight ofI the main issue They seem to forget the real end for which they arc supposed to be working and waste their own andI everybody elsea time on some triviality At a committee of tuClothlng Society not so very long ago a member spent a long time arguing whether the markwith which the clothes were to be stamped should be the size of a two shilling piece or half a crown I Another type to be met with on comII mittees is the Ishmael one whose hand I Is against every mans and against whom I every mans hand is It is enough foraII motion to be proposed for it to be opposed t by the cranky customer who reminds one of the plage Irish story ioldlby Eng I list people about the Irishman who as aII member ola shipwrecked crew landed in an unknown country I wonder what the Government of this country I remarked one of the crewlOr dont kjiow I am sure but whatever it is Pm tlg JtL eturned ctbe IrishmanB1t j jokes apart the committee quest on like the servant one is becoming a very b rnII ing one and it behooves us all to con I eider bow we can remedy the present unsattafatory state of affairs Any sug gestlons for the improvement of the eitII uation from others who feel the necessity I for a change would be welcomed by a Gaelic Leaguer FULL POWER Division 3 BIaztn4 the Way For Hibernian HomeI and Hall Division 3 AO II was the first to meet since the joint meeting of the four local councils and au a consequence was the first to inaugurate a movement forI the Hibernian hall President R J Welsh occupied thg chair and appointed the following committees Finance Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan John Hennessy and Michael Shee LadLiteraryCharles Drown Patrick Mel Icn and John Hessian bdThe subject of purchasing or erecting a permanent home and hall was brought up find the fullest discussion was invited Everybody favored the movement and the addresses made were enthusiastic President Welsh expressed his gratifica tion over the expression of good will toward the home movement andet ItppolntedIDuller and James Coleman a committee from Division 3 to act with the commit tees from the other branches in electing a alto for the home The committee was given full power to act and was notified Uut there was f1000 IB the treasury tltat Id Members could draw upon vriteaever tkey ckotc to act I HIGH HONORS qtNan RaRdlectaal rrldcntqI aXChan1R n 0Hrlen ksa boa tM1 MtSMUISJ 1 Tol++e 1rKrcbaapr4rrgbebhk eortsecWlys y roNr t1Arles It w satire q4 JowlnlllIIIS rlH n lrlebAwerluq that awy peorL1 W+V b ItrMIttfhtOIb+ Atalltrp 1 Latci Io+++ pey M I QIklu fe till hMN air 1 aN brsd 1rMN Nai11w N el Ut 1 Miiri Ir++ i Ie Nit 0117s N M E Predded et tke 31wM 14 1- U elkrMr + I+t+ HfIw NN- MN01Y4 Ylealb Jtf If fwrlC Mfwd lw 1r 1 4 1sQi14M Jtdedr JM r1 Iut St 11Ae retttawIV1 1earMa il NA1Meld rJrii lire taerlrie tit 111rsY trwl- UhiS n tr1 111 IJ ATTENTION FirstOompany ofUniform Rna c Made a U It With Central Committee bfllcers rnstallcd and New Corn mlttoes Appointed by President Organization Shown to Be in Splendid Shape For More Work SOPREMB PRESIDENT IS CODING SOON The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met for the first time in the new yeatlast Friday The feature of the evening was the appearance of the company of the Uniform tank in their new uniforms The uniforms are net unseemlyThesilver lettering The officers have a modi cum of gold lace in place of the silver on the uniforms of privates President Newton G Rogers presided end a majority of the branches affiliated answered to Secretary Scores roll call The annual report of the Secretary showed that the committee bada com1 fottable balance in the treasury At this juncture the members of the Uniform Rank under command of Capt Gus Kane appeared in their new uniforms and went through several simple evolu tions that brought forth general applause There are now enough members of the company tomake a splendid showing as- a drill team and under the captaincy of Gus Kane great improvement is being shown at each succeeding drill These drills are taking place every Friday so that when National President Gaudin visits Louisville in the near future the members will be able to make a creditable showing After the uniformed members had completed their drill and had heard the encomiums passed by all pre eltCol Michael Reichert installed President Newton G Rogers andthe other Central Commttleeofficea iOn assuming the chair President Rogers announced hls commilteea for the year follows Entertainment William M Higgins Thomas Feeley J Herp Charles J Desse Capt Gus Kane Prank Rets C A Hill and Johu J Score- MembershipLouis P Steiner John D Stickler John R Kelly William T Meehan John Lembach Jacob Walter Jacob Gobey and Harry A Veeneman A resolution inviting Supreme Presi dent Gaudin to visit Louisville en address the members of the order in the three Falls Cities was adopted by unani mous vote ColsC W Ratterman formerly of Cincinnati now of Louis ville was celled upon to say something for thc welfare of the order In reply he commended the showing made by the Uniform Rank and expressed the wish that the company would grow to a regiment He said that the figures now given by insurance actuaries show that the Catholic Knights of America bad the best guarded fraternal society in exist enceJoseph P McGinn stated that the para phernalia for the new ritual would be on and in the near future and that steps had been taken to organize a degree team He also stated that a degree team from Cincinnati would come down to put the local team through Col Michael Reichert offered the services of the Ci cinnati team to conduct the initiation In- case the local team was not Cn readiness Capt Kane in behalf of the Uniform Rank thanked the members of the Central Committee for their praise of hla company work end nld he hoped the company would be the best drilled in the order Ia PAINFUL BURNS Father Mother and Daught r Injured by Gasoline Bxploalon MaitlH M Broker bit wlfead dewg tar MiM Illlka Hruckw were ptlifully barged ty the eiplolo of a can ofgau IIIH at feclr hew 010 Twfvtjr twc nd street 1last 8uady corAls MM oarwe+ ael44 1 cant with gtMlle when IIK tow s Iaezpilrable w nucr the can ca false th Ikry liquid exploded T bwnle oil curtlofMNl Mrs HrucktfIN H+erffr sad 1 fNaA short tke lootti M bnWr rn H9 tb adjoining room IItld WM rfHd IIn a WwtkiH Utofe ull A lkrr 114145 bat Ik Wit l eMl 4M a aFewt4 saw Nt- IN 114f ku t f wke WM w1+dLM fire re IoelN ocoartd Jtflfj Urlff gt ++ WIIj elata8ir Mwered B aafiaafl the soil sari I Tk lke Iwo Ii trailed wai Mettt tt4es tetadiar JMd1IMJ ffuwrJlfJ Were lr1M aiipf hall tarsrk 4r- trerlyr base w- iid NprMalrI dAir v 4L UjfsI GREAT REGRETI On Alt Sides Over Untimelyr End of Popular JohnAI Velten lThe death fof former Magistrate John N Velten which occurred at his home 813 Kentucky street last Friday evening carload general regret all over the city The deceased was one of the beat known men In local politics and was regarded as one of the beat mixers in Louisville He had a cheerful word a pleasant smile and a hearty handshake for all Although he had been ill for two weeks and while it was known that his condition was serious still his death carne with shock ing suddennese and at a time when be was supposed to be on the road to recoveryq Wthirtythreeeducation in the local schools When scarcely more han a boy he was given a place in the Ctinty Clerks office whete his attention c duty and genial manners won him many friends As a Deputy County Clerk he extended his acquaint ane widely and rapidly HQ retired from that jiositlon to become the Demo critic hP1ftbmajority and could have been reelected had he cared ttrun Instead be helped to manage Magistrate Adams campaign for County Assessor When the latter was elected he nnounced that Air Vela ten was to be r is Chief Deputy and the announcement found popular favor The decease was a member of Trinity Council Y ML Vice President of the Falls City Bowling League and was affiliI aced with several other social and fraternal organizations which sent haudI some floral designs in his memory HiaI bidaughteri Members of the Palls foLeaguePresident John I Barry adoptedappro priate resolutions and sent a beautiful floral design the home of the deceased The funeral took place from St Pauls church on Monday mornin- gINCREASE a LEAD The Kentucky Irish American Bowing Team Makes i 1BigGain lc 1oaJ i interest CsunabatedI The Kentucky Irish American team increased i its lead by defeating the Robin sonNorton team three straight games this week while the Loevenhart team their closest competitors suffered the bitter pangs of defeat from Captain I Durkes gallant West End team The Squire Adams team is now making a bid for high honors having won ten out of pushingd I bononjj with the John C Lewis team closely The Robinson Norton Hhasslightly ahead of the West End and H L Kohler teams who are at the bottom of the ladder although Captain Druhm of the Koblers says that from now on billI team will make a clean sweep of theirtnearest rivals Every team iu the Falls City League is preparing to enter the national bowl ing tournament which will be held in the new Armory building beginning SttPatricks day and it goes without saying that the members of this popular local league will be sure to capture some of the many prizes that are offered Follow lug is the official standing to date W L PC Kentucky Irish American 44 13 772 Loevenhart 35 22 614 63a0 Squire Adams 32 27 63- 4tinCLewis 24 30 444 J M Robinson Norton 24 33 42 1JWest End 20 34 36 Henry L Kohler a 17 40 22 8to CARDINAL GIBBONS Telia Members of the Irish Ladles Choir a Funny Story The members of the Irish Ladle Choir en tour la this country were Bsltliaore lastt week Incidental to their vflt the ladle called upon Cardinal GllboM Tin etalBent churchman received them pleasantly and said face tlMtlys Which oae el you ii tile oldettr Now clslmed the tioior and they al VltwUed The talk drifted around to GilI wore and Jala bead sad Cardinal Glb IrbaNiiihI I eaadlence played Miryhnd My Mary klwrGllntorr tell the Cardinal w lloeettaI IiiP1 a I INCillil y tarot ptyssr ataiscd that be retrdxt- YiNt d Kret lKeeartiTweifNt Waaw cbiu I v- II tX MUM AT CfMCiWUTI I I Ik UwpleMyA will tisNyrr e sUft M M tik9 HH ItrtriawWwsrreity Mwlr +t tw his wkrett- leeeiieietlsrl 16M iMaltwraef wI 1cj Ms tesiM s aaaal aaal esiwltae Cu Iadrelwlerl or aMw tMabsrhgt the tts+w tsAtllsiaY stiretl- he Mrr M J c LIBERALSI re Very Affroeably Surprised by Largo Victories In Union Exit Strongholds Veritable Landslide Appears to I Have Overwhelmed Follow ers of Balfour Each Day Brings News of More Defeats For AntiHomo RulersIL- LBNGLAND MAINTAIN HONESTY I The general elections are on in Ireland and the British Isles and each succeeding day brings fresh defeats for the surprisesforhas occurred at the polls but the results ave been sensational Of the C70 members required two were followingdayEngland and only one in in Scotland On Monday seventq six contests were held and the result only went to show that the elections of Friday and Satur day had cast their shadows before Landslide is no name for It It is a revolution The voting of the electors of England without referring to those of Scotland Wales and Irelandshow that the people of England favor home rule for Ireland How else can the vot g be interpreted- In the Eastern division of Manchester rmer Prime Minister Arthur J Balfour defeated on Saturday by T G Hor ridge The latter was confessed by the Liberals to be a weak candidate yet he won by a majority of 1980 Balfonrs defeat was a surprise to the Liberals and a sensation to the Unionists CamphellBaanerman Stirling district without opposition Gerald Balfour who was President of positioninthe Interior in the American Cabinet was defeated at Leeds by the Liberal formerlphiefthe Unionist candidates who went down indefeatOn morning the election re turns showed Liberals 95 Unionists 31 Laborites 17 Nationalists 18 Socialists 15 Thus far the Liberals have gained sixtyfour members Many hitherto uuncompromisin While former Premier Balfour and other members of his cabinet who stood CampbellDannerman erbert John Gladstone Secretary for Domestic Affairs James Bryce Chief Sec WaltontheBIrrell President of tbe Board of Educa majorities tiesWhile beginningItLiberal victory and an overwhelming vie tory at that The IrishAmericans of this city and country have no interest Iin the election save the benefit that will ac CampbellBannermane their fight and have won their seperate sloganHomeThe English people of today are too enlightened tp break a contract so solemnly entered into even if they wished The hopeless defeat of Arthur Balfour in a Unionist stronghold has 4cast him adrift He knows not where turn On Saturday night he spoke off Mondayhethat while the Liberals hid an enormous advantage tbe life of their government would be short There has never been a time in the history of the world that so many eyes were centered on Ireland and the British peopleb iinI or appears to nearing the goal f which its sons and daughters have sac fired mosey and life during many cen turies England boasts of Edmund Burke Iin her Parliamenttj of Wellesley in her wars 1of Goldsmith sad Moore in her poetry Sheridan ia her dramas of Lever and Loatrteteteemedn toward pmervlug the integrity the courage the poetry the purity sari the fidelity of the Irish people by allowing aelfgoveratsenMI t MACKINS SOCIAL CLUI Mackin Social Club will give another ef kt fttpibr tkucM at Mackln club ire+we M Mowlrfy sight Geed wMlle wW bt reiwlrtdl nadir the UlrtttlM io- fJttl vlaceat IMH Jr Thm UMM IN UJlWuUP lat t ft IjLctJV as tile iaieNAkrwlir H fpr rt J lte+ Aa vrRrTJJ 1ir The hleNiatl UtUr b my KaMy taad ryrslm irrrfttiojnfwju K1rw ifVli yptaMt Ilirar I bw b i a- WatttJKtoMMta y JWMJ JMfMT IM 0- e n f I citybutWhat is the matter with the four divi sions of the Ancient Orderof Hibernian Surely they will not let such an opportu pity pass without giving the people a chance to heat the greatest man of our language and lltrtture today Agitate this my brother get together and have the Doctor come Yours truly Jos M CASEY W GENEROUS OFFER Prlend of St Cecilias Parish Promises 5000 If 10 000 More Is Raised A fresh impetus was given the move ment for a new St Cecilias church last Sunday when the Rev Pother Brady announced that a prominent citizen of Louisville enda well wisher of St Cecilias congregation had offered to give his check for 3000 toward the new congregation announcement was received with pleas bestirringthemselvesnecessary- sum It is expected that 30000 will be in the bands of Father Brady by mid summery Iu that event work on tbe new church will follow fast The Executive Committee of the Church Building Association decided to make a report of its receipts about May lborabout the time when the collections for Aprilare all in A member of the congregation announced that be would give 100 toward the necessary 10000 whenever he was called upon Father Brady is highly elated over the generous spirit exhibited by his meads and parishioners PARCEL PARTY And Dramatic Club Caussd Splendid Attendance at Ladles Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary A 0 H held a well attended meeting Wednesday night Not only were the ladles all present but quite a number of gentle partInpresided and the regular routine of celerityTheprinciialthe organization of a dramatic club The members discussed whether to give a drama or a minstrel show either on St Patricks day or Easter Monday night Brief talks were made aud sug gestions were offered by Messrs James P Barry William T Meehan Thomas D Clines Prank P Burke David MaryClinesbut the following ladies were appointed to select material for the dramatic club Misses Ella pConnell Julia Kelly Nell Cunningham Maggie Hourigan and Mrs Mary Clines This committee will report at the special joint meeting of the auxiliary and their gentlemen friends o Monday evening January 29 The parcel party that followed caused unusual merriment Every lady and gentleman brought a parcel and at a signal from the President each person passed the parcel to the nearest neighbor After the articles had changed hands a number of times a second signal was given and the packages were opened One old bachelor got a jumping jack and a lady found herself possessed of a red flannel shirt = Thomas D Clines and Michael Mc Guire recited and Miss Julia Kelly wo a applause by her splendid rendition of several instrumental and vocal solos and was compelled to respond to many encores PLEASING Were the Surprises Given Members of Branch 2G C K of A Branch 25 Catholic Knights of Amer lca met Monday night with a record breaking attendance After the tion of officers brief addresses were wade by President Meehan and his colleagues Presiderintd made a new record in growth for a glut applauseWilliam an application for membership the first of the new year This was a signal for renewed applause Financial Sccrela E J Mann announced that tbe ord was paying death benefits within seven days from date of death sad cited the case of Phil Hendricks who died recently sari wboM benefit was paid within a week lie Mid it showed that the Supreme officer were attending to their dtttlM proaiptly since the check was lin the kind of the local officer within days attar Mr Hendtlekii1 demise Kietary Minn alto annountwl that the SttprMHi officer heft called for the quarterly class sad per capita tin but he +esNaeaaeed that the loeal fund IMtietat to ItJoredlt to relleya tbe awttbwr to a erttln extent TIM MMrihlr rises for jN arjr Pabmary and Nerb will Mt have te be wIlMtwli M byMet I IttaMt k wMa mating of ray rMitt rwpataes M fire raeN oI- a 0- c FORWARD Louisville Is On the Marcia to Prosperity and Big Buildings Some of the Many Large Enterprises I That Are Now Under Way V 1 National Bowling Tournament Will Bring Many Visitors to the City KBNTUGKI1NS AND THE HOME COMII6 i People who have been calling Louis c ville an overgrown village and who have otherwise grown facetious nt the expense of the city will have to takes back seat beingbuiltthe metropolis of the South as well aa of pastItkeepthings f+ Think of a few of the enterprises that are now under way The new armory at Sixth and Walnut streets has been onlybement of Kentucky but it will be large enough to accommodate a national politi cal convention in case either party should choose to meet here The Paul1 Jeffersonisalthough it may take more than a year to complete it it will be a distinct orna ment to the city The Louisville Rail way Company has about completed its new Interurban depot on Jefferson and Green streets between Third and Fourth On the upper floors the company will Lave its general offices The Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has not only rebuilt the hand some union station destroyed by fire last summer but it is also erecting a ten story steel office building at Ninth street and Broadway The management of the Lincoln Savings Bank is projecting a twelve story steel building for MarkeJ street near Fourth and wcv st pwjcarPeter the iingUnerI U1 streetsTheny under way and while the progress is y rather slow the building when come theUnitedcaugbtthepur chase or erect a hall It will not be a skyscraper just yet but when the mem howhumbleuge I MnL is also in the building list and has a handsome threestory structure iy4M jThej ulsvUfis wellaJ handsome churches will soon be erected in various sections of the city One will probably beat Shelby and Burnett streets another at Highland Park and snottier at Brook and Walnut streets The new Paselonistsacompletion and will probably be dedicated at Easter neglectedi HopkinsTheatermer resort at Fontaine Ferry Park Lovers of horseflesh will enjoy two r JockeYIClubDouglas concert pavilions during the summer monthsAnother thing that will advertise Louisville is the national bowling tourna ment that will open here on St Patrci alllart of the country If they see notbi pleasedsArmory where the tournamd held J nThe Louisville Commercja receiving dally hundreds Jof former Kentuckians residing i States and In different countrle request that Invitations be sent the Louisry under whose auspices the eventwi gives has already received levels- and name covering ever Stai Territory in this Uulen and ttl fourelgn countries The CotnJ Club Invites all Kentucklans the name sad addrtcMg of nay ciaatThese names should be for once to Secretary R It Hugh With tI sissy enterprise event Louisville fii surely oo I road to prosperity May thej exhibited ooutlntM until lx eattboww1all The Her Father Barry onklu1ttICJMI ttaeee mcqlinwkcity tryladoato be pr rot r p IIIIJ IRISH flMERIGfW Adysmcewtmt of all IrIk fflOtIS IIKLNTU6KY ICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH EIS DOLLAR PIER YEAR SINGLE COPY 8c Postofflc SecondClass MetUr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERiCAN32 Wed Green Street ujsvILi4 KY SATURDAY JANUARY 20I9OG I iMENTAL ATROPHY ttfori Allen of this city a dele f jpteftrpm Louisville to the Municii Pptt Voters League which met in r0 Chicago last week made an address at the closing session in which he te alleged to have said MVe have the best election laws and the worst possible elections in Louisville Our political machine i is a specialist in stealing elections and such a thing as an honest electiont is unknown in Louisville I We have no confidence in our criminal judges It is impossible mn our city tojhave man convicted Jar stealing an election The time has come when the good citizens of i our city tntast act and I would not LbeI surprised to see at the next election 2000 young men go toe the polls armed with shotguns to f enforce their rights- Physicallyi I arid morally Mr Allen is one of the cleanest young I men about town but he is evi Idently suffering from mental tf atrophy Mr Allen is a Republi- canj of deepest dye His uncle Col Morris Belknap was Lieu tenant Colonel of the Louisville I Legion during the SpanishAmeri can war andjwas later the Republi- canK faomineejfor Governor but was I defeated by J C W Beckham I the Democratic nominee And yeti Mr Allen tells the Chicago con vention about Our political machine Again it is reported that he said T have no confidence in our cnmnHljijdjKes VVe have onlyl i one in Louisville Judge Joseph Pryor Surely Mr Allen does not want to impugn his motives If Mr Allen then is reported as having said I would not be sur prised to see at the next election g 2000 young men go to the polls I armed with shotguns to enforce fLtbeir rights Fierce is he not JL Vhile the young men are parading I with shotguns Mr Allen will be titoasfong his toes at the Pendennis ityb It is an ill bird that befouls its own nest but what can be said cL pad enough for a bird that leaves home to befoul its own nest If the Kentucky Irish American did llnot know that Lafon Allen was a Il total abstainer it might have been said that it was the Illinois product talking Knowing him to be as i gentle and as cultured as he is we can only hope that he will seek relief for his mental emaciation PUSH THEfl THROUGH The Legislature of Kentucky w in session appears to have a cry commendable idea inasmuch asjit desires to prevent crime or at xjUast to make crimes of certain haracter punishable by heavy nalties Prevention of crime I stobe the watchword of the Assembly and it comes particular section of the All our legislators seem on improving the Grand Old morttvealth Too long has ntucky been allied with theme Dirk and Bloody Ground iajt was the Indian cognomen flLpur people inherited and ii unfortunately has hung over likJapll during the past y Our cities are well gayM our statesmen compare with reatcftt lin Amerlcajon- raten furpaMed and our m tbeisisters daugh treethearta wives are the welIt dearest creatures Why thBj should we proIet those rnddr to ad show to the whole world we esteem them by putting eateut penalty on crime n Our Legislature appears to be moving in the right direction The Kentucky Irish American hopes it will reach the desired end First and foremost of the measures thus far introduced is Senator Ben Johnsons bill regarding the carrying of concealed and deadly weapons The bill pro vides that persons arrested for killing or wounding shall not be allowed the plea of selfdefense if it can be proven that for twelve hours before the commission of the crime charged the defendants carried a concealed weapon It provides however that the act shall not apply to the trial of any person who acted in repelling an attack made either upon himself or another with intent to commit robbery or rape Neither shall this act apply to the trials of those authorized by law to carry concealed deadly weapons Another excellent bill is that introduced by Senator Charlton raising the age of consent in Ken tucky from twelve to sixteen years In these days too many safegurds can not be thrown around our women The purity of Kentucky womanhood should be the para mount desire of every Legislator and every citizen The bill to exclude from the divorce courts those who have no better plea than abandonment for one year is another admirable feat ure of the work mapped out by the General Assembly Debauchees will refrain from their nefarious work in Kentucky if the bill compelling men to live with their wives at least five years even if the marriage is forced should the bill to that effect become a law None of the above bills are partisan in character all designed to make a greater and better Ken tucky SAVE YOUR TEARS A number of daily papers are wasting valuable space printing their correspondents stories of the visit of Mrs Minor Morris to the White House her subsequent ejection and incarceration Mrs Morriswas unwomanly when she interfered in her husbands affairs unladylike when she tried to force her presence un the Chief Executive of the nation and she com pletely unsexed herself when she defied anyone to eject her She got exactly what she deserved and only hysterical newspaper correspondents and Ishmaelites like Senator TillmaN who misrepre sents his State in the Senate are trying to make capital out of the incident America is proud of her women but our people are not shedding tears over viragoes PRESIDENT DOLANS LETTER Members of the Ancient Order ofHibernians have good reason to be proud of their National PresI- dent James E Dolan His letter in the current issue of the National Hibernian is manly patriotic and thoroughly Irish It teems with good advice to State county and division officers and to individual members Listen to this Then let each division each officer each individual member labor with unceasing effort to have our cause and our pril1cip1estthoroughly understood to cause the history of Ireland to be taught noc only in the scboolsajid colleges but to be read and studied by your own family hearthstones to teach a love for Irish music and irish literature to your children to permeate sad surround them withtl Irish influence all 10 tke tad tMt 0- L1 I I 4 they in their days and generation may be as ardent in Irelands cause as their ancestafs ever were In the past thai hey in their tUrn may labor in behalf of Irelands hopes and aspirations until the day when the dawning light on the Eastern horizon will proclaim that after years of toil and sacrifice on the part of her children the hour of Irelands regeneration as a nation has at length arrived and the hope of all sincere Hibernians realized This is the proper spirit 1C Hibernians do not sow among the children they can not expect to reap among men Louisville divisions should have more open meetings more occassions for their children to assist One good Irish song sung by a child will cause twenty to emulate the example If the Rev Father D S Phelan would give half the time and atten tion to the Vestern Watchman proofs that he wastes in black guarding the whole of creation from Dominican Friars to Southern Colonels his paper would not have a head like liThe Apostate of the Cloister when it was intended to read The Apostolate of the Cloister There are people in Louisville who take Frank C Nunemechers application for the Fostmastership as a joke Frank was in earnest His appointment would be ad insult to every honest workingman in the city State and country I RECENT DEATHS Martin Thomas au old and respected resident of Lafayette township Ind died on Tuesday and his funeral took place from St Marys of the Knobs church on Thursday morning The many friends of Mr and Mrs Emmet Thomas of 1515 Story avenue sympathize with them in their grief over the death of their infant daughter whose funeral occurred on Wednesday William H DaiWa tiled at his home 1509 Twentieth street on Monday morn lug The deceased was a well known IrishAmerican resident of the West End His funeral took place frcm the Sacred Heart church on Wednesday morning Mrs Johanna OConnor widow of Timothy OConnor died at her home 1052 Portland avenue on Monday Her funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Wednesday morning The deceased was highly esteemed in the community in which she lived Sister Caroline a member of the Lorettiue order died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Friday last She had been ill severalweeks but her death was unexpected Prior to entering relig ion the deceased was Miss Mary Mur phy Funeral services were held in the hospital chapel The body was sent to Bethlehem Ky for burial The funeral of Mrs Catherine Con sicily who died at her home 918 Geiger street on Saturday took place from St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets on Monday morning The deceased was thirtyseven years old and is survived by her husband Patrick Cenr nelly and four small children She was held in high esteem by her numerous friends and acquaintances The funeral of Mrs Anna Nix who died at her home 2628 Duncan street on Saturday took place from St Anthonys church on Monday The deceased was fiftythre years old and is survived by eight grown children all well and favor ably known One Of her sons is George Nix who with Barney Flynu conducts the West End Cafe The family have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement Mrs Elizabeth Frentz died at the home of her daughter Mrs Florence Foley 1911 Fifteenth street on Monday The deceased was seventy years old and lived the greater part of her life In ew Albany where she was well and favorably known Four sons and three daugh ters survive her The funeral took place from St Williams church on Wednesday morning and the remains were taken to New Albany for burial KELLAR LANDS County Assessor John Adams has been fortunate in securing the services of Kellar Williamson as a member of his office force Kellar has been connected with the County Assessors office so long that be is thoroughly familiar with the duties there and Assessor Adams is to be congratulated on the acquisition A H Brachey who represents the Eleventh and Twelfth wards has been appointed Chief Deputy Assessor and has resigned from the School Board FATHER OSULUVAN IMPROVIflY The Rev Father Daniel OSalltvan the venerable pastor of the Church of tke Blessed Sacrament who has been seriously ill at St Josephs Infirmary during the past two weeks is somewhat improved though by no means oat of danger lie has Jlabored nearly thirty years in this diocese and the greater part of the time at lila present charge His- many frieada reJkfrfdag for his speedy cQ o joItprit1 T D a SOCIETY Miss Costello Fitzgerald has gone to Grand Rapids Mfch to visit friends Misses Ida and Mamie Schuhmann are the guests of friends In Lexington Mrs William Bulger of Portland has as her guest Mrs Jennie Williams of Cincinnati Miss Elizabeth Hogan of Jefferson ville is visiting her brother John Hogan at Indianapolis Edward Gorman has returned to his home in Portland after A protracted visit to Madison Ind Mr and Mrs Lee Figg and John Leverope have gone to the Pacific Coast for a protracted visit Miss Stella Merker of Lebanon has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Mary D Murphy John Burke of the Graumau Henchey Cross Company has returned from a business trip to St Louis City Marshal James LIiilof Frankfort was in Lonisvilln shaking hands with his friends on Monday Mrs John Dnttllnger is very ill at the I home of tier daughter Mrs George E Poggel 2400 St Xaxier street Mr and Mrs James Thompson and children have gone to Florida to spend the remaining winter months Misses Mamie and Ida Schuhmann of BeechmoDjt had as their guest Miss Lillian Beclcert of Lexington Mrs Thomas A Quinn has returned fromShelbyville where she was the guest of her sister Mrs James B OLeary Thomas Brennan the retired manu facturer has gone to Hot Springs to spend the remaining winter mouths Mrs Fred J Crowley of Chicago formerly Miss Bee Mullarkey of this city is the guest of friends in Louisville 111 Mrs Charles L Crush and Mrs C Ferris who are enjoying a trip to New York are expected home next Wednes day Walter Young the well known com positor has returned from St Louis where he has been during the past two yearsjMiss Cora OMeara has returned from a pleasant visit to Mt Washington Ky where she was the guest of friends and relatives Casper Hammer and wife have returned from West Baden Springs where both were greatly benefited by the healing waters Miss Alice Dubourjj has returned to her home in Shelbyville after a visit to her grandmother Mrs Margaret Kempf of this city Mrs Philip J Brogan entertained the Young Ladies Euchre Club of Portland at her home 2626 Duncan street on Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Harry Byrne have re turned to their home at lrinceton Ind after a visit to the formers mother Mrs Mary Byrne of Portland Miss Maggie Grogan who has been ill at St Josephs Infirmary dpring the past two weeks has improved rapidly and will be brought hometomorrow Miss Emily Callahan has returned home from a three months visit to Fort Worth Texas where she was the guest of her sister Mrs Frank D Boyd Mrs J W Haley and Mrs Harvey D Hayes have returned from a pleasant visit to Hartford Ky where they were the guests of Mrs M L Heavrin Miss Anna Malone who is confined to her home on Willow avenue from an attack of typhoid fever is resting as well as possible under the circumstances Mrs D B Tarpy who has been the guest of Miss Katie Henley 511 Twenty sixth street has returned to her home at Marietta O She made many friends during her stay here Miss Lillian Wepler and James Dalton will be united in the holy bonds of mat rimony at St Michaels church on Mon day After a short bridal tour they will make their home in Oakdale rThe Ray Belle Ayres will open their dance season at Schreibers hell Twenty sixth and Bank streets on the evening of Tuesday January 30 The same popular organization will give dances on February 13 and February 27 Mr and Mrs John Chester held a re ception for a party of friends at their home on Haldeman avenue Thurs yevening Misses Abbic and Mabel Chester entertained those present with vocal and instrumental solos I The Solola Club an organization of popular young people will give a series of dances at Ostraders Hall beginning Tuesday January 23 Messrs Andrew Weier George Rbsendah and Irwin Kanaur are the committee in charge of arrangements Miss Bridget Hanrnhan of 723 West St Catherine street fell on the stairs at the Hopkins Theater building last Wednesday evening and sprained her right wrist She was leafing a meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary A O H when theaccident occurred Mrs Otto E Yent who has been Mr lonely illat St Amthonys Hospital U recovering rapidly od expects to be able to return home Next week She suffered from a malignant case of typhoid feverbllttthe careful attention she received at St Anthonys ku almost ewHpletely restored has Imlthu I William J Cbawk for years book u1basa wholesale saddlery house there Hefwill maydecideMiss Catherine Mayer has returned from Indianapolis where she was lava ishly entertained and much admired for parties honor Miss Mayer is one of the handsomest and most popular girls of the younger set In the West End t I Miss Heltie Eckles of 427 Twenty sixth street has gone to Gallatln Tenn to be the guest of her friend Mrs House of that city Miss Julia Gosnell of 425 Twentysixth street a sister of Mrs House has spent the past six weeks at Gallatiu Miss Eckles and Miss Gos nell will return to Louisville next week Nicholas A4 Holzer of this city and Miss Kathryn McHugh of Marietta 0 will be united in matrimony in the latter city next Wednesday The bridetobe has made her home In this city during the past two years and is well and favor ably known Mr and Mrs Holzer will reside at 021 East Broadway this city John Ward and Miss Florence Alvey were united In marriage at the Cathedral rectory by the Rev Father P M J Rock JohnMcGuirepeople have many well wishers who desire to see them enjoy a pleasant jour ney on the sea of life They are at home to their friends at 723 Oldham street Mrs William Whitty entertainedat her home at Thlrtyseventh and Madison streets on Thursday afternoon The favors were won by Mrs Thomas D Clines Mrs John OConnell and Mrs Hillerich Among those present were Mesdames John OConnell Thomas D Clines John W Gray William M Hig gins Hillerich Rossinger Cunningham and Richard Whitty Mr and Mrs Charles Linebecker of Chicago are spending their honeymoon at the Gait House On Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Patrick Savage entertained in honor of the happy young couple at their home 2710 West Chestnut street Among those present were Mrs Fred J Crowley of Chicago Messrs and Mes dames Patrick Savage Thomas D Clines Charles Linebecker and Misses Hattie Higgins and Katie Morgan and Thomas Campion All enjoyed a very pleasant evening f Miss Catherine Heskin and Frederick Ruffra were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Aloysius church Pewee Valley the Rev Father Edward W Boes officiating at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon The bride has been in Amer ica only a few years and is a typical Irish beauty The greater part of her life in this country was spent at Lake land where she made many friends The groom is a well to do young farmer and is receiving many congratulations on winning such a charming bride Miss Irene Hale Maxwell and John H Shea were quietly married at St Charles Borromeo church at 830 oclock Mon day morning Only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties wit nessed the ceremony which was per I formed by the Rev Father Raffo The bride is one of the charming daughters of RoUa F Maxwell Mr Shea was for seveial years Secretary of the Board of Public Safety but is now holding a responsible position with the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Mr and Mrs Shea are at home to their friends at 2112 Magazine street ANNUAL ELECTION Or Officers Held by the Holy Name Society MondayI Night The Holy Name Society an organiza tion of men belonging to St Louis Ber frauds congregation and which has for its object the prevention of cursing swearing and the use of obscene and pro fane language held its annual election of officers on Monday night The elec- tIon resulted as follows Spiritual DirectorThe Rev Father Eugene V Flood O P presidentJoseph Morthorst Vice PresidentBernard P J Kava naghRecording Secretary M J Garrity Financial SjcretaryLawrenceMeany TreasurerJoseph F Wagner William J Connellythe retiring Presi dent would have been reelected by an overwhelming majority had be not stated positively that he would not accept the office Father Flood and Mr Connelly were given rising votes of thanks for their untiring efforts in behalf of the society during the past year The officers will meet Father Flood in the Dominican convent on Monday night when Presi dent Mortborst will annOunce his Advis ory Board It is probable that some steps will be taken to renew interest in the society DECLARES HIMSELF JeffersonvilleI I cuit Clerk of Clark ccunty Mr Coil has served two terms as County Trees urer and be has friends enough to get 1 him anything he wants He is a mew ber of thejAncient Order cf Hibernians and Knights of Columbus and Catholic Knights of America YOUNG LADIES ELECT The Young Ladles Sodality of St Angnttiaes church in Jeffersonyllle held Its annual election on Sunday after noon The new officers arc- RrelectMlse Julja McCarthy Vice Preaideat Miss Anne Connelly- SecretsLryMisaMary Kennedy Treasurer Mi i Annie Nolan LitKrU aM1 Nell McDonAld lP n u t I NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY We have Jewelry and other presents for the whole p family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell for 0 SEE US FIRST J BRUNNJ ELE1 e 530 WEST MARKET TO THE PUBLIC I desire to announce to my friends that I am now con nected with the D H BALDWIN CO 529531 Fourth Avenue PIANOS AND ORGANS anythinginCumb Home Phone Phono 6tW L BAX I FORGOODNi3sssAjWhen MOTHERS BREAD That Comes First Into Mind Because It Is the Best C OOOOXX44 1 IHHMMHHMM1 111 I H 11 JHHHHHH1 IH I IlIItI I I 11 THE NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEESl IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS f I Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main HHI1 I I I HHHIHtHI I I I III IbI MIH 1 I IIIII1 I1HHHMMMI I I I I i iiHHtI DR J T CHA WKS t Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9Oi2I DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons for the least monty Our Dentistry Will Please You We are rebponslble and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H JCOUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp Jno C Lewis Co C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE C241 KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 2406 Payne St Give yorir boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the XaveHan Brothers Classical ScientUic and Business CouradPreparatory Dc- pariment LarJfe SwimmIng Poot Welt Equipped Gymnaaium Term Moderate Bro James Dir PARISH COUNSELORS The members of St Augustines con gr gatfon in Jeffersonville have elected the following parish counsellors James Marra John B Murphy Martin Fogarty Bernard A Coil John G Cole and Mara Cdnroy The members of Louisville Council met at Gran W Smith Sons undertaking establishment 809 West Jefferson street on Sunday afternoon and escorted the remains of Capt James C Rudd of Qwenaboro to their last retting place in St Louis cemetery The religious jfatwal rUt were held ki Owewboro II- u nu a U 0 Jr LOUISVILLE DENTAL nmm544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and a reliable place AH work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 8 a m to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS I 644 4th Ave In Avenue Theatre Building PETER M ANDRIOT X 88013 WAUOMN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN STV The Busy Mans Line BETW- EENLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS andrSOUTHWEST IS VIA LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS Rr HENDERSON ROUTE i r Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special roundtrip homeseekers rates to south wett and west fintt and third Tuesday January jand February 1908 Special tourist rates to Col ondo Texas Mexico and New Mexico OB sale dally until April SO limit to return May 811908 8ecodel colon It rtato Boulh west Tkkets TuedaysofJaneeryanIebrury ICWINGeaetet1u8A I c 4 er t7rTIPI7Y l- fv I7JG NTUOKY nu8H RIO t r INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW nsr THE Catholic Knights of America This Is the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United State and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man r Should protect his wife end children by carrying policy in this old and established life insurance organization An examinaUonof its rates will convince you of its superiority over all others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Ixsure now while you can and protect your loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any dl sired Information will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President JOHN J SCORE Secretary r U H nnmtitn tt+ MMM It HMiMmuf + Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer A Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice J 809 W JEFFERSON STREETi TELEPHONE 810 TO TO HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 B7SST TUCmiM STREET J 1 1 With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street t MRS JOHN J BARRETT I tt t t IHMH +H HHuH 1111 1 Hul Jut 1 HuH t 1 HuH 1 1 H I THOMAS KEENANI Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 366 All caUI promptly attended to lay or night Car rtages furnished for all occasions i 1225 W MARKET ST 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1u1 I 1 I luH 1 I 1 1 I I I H I 11 1 HuH 1 1 HHIHMI Varnished Notice W DANIEL JDOUGHERTY Funeral Director I and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night J 11231 W Market St Bet 12th and 13th I+ hf t t f 4 t T T T T T III 111111 + I J E TRACY L H STRAUBI BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB tFUNERAL DIRECTORS I AND EMBALMERS L IIearrlalel it13Pt on 1 Carriages 1531 W MARKET STREET j+ II I 1 I q r HH FINE WINES Ali K0 cJHAIIPAGJrEB1 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS s- KI Ie II + r HERRMANN BROS ORtItRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSONI BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street I WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTERi Prop Hot Lynch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 44g VVGREENor GO TO a u Pioneer t BoUUngHouse FOR TR IGHr WHISKIESrr rr- l1 r- r BIG JUG AT DOOR i nJo j P D trIi n 9U WWT WWABWAY1 iNc Latest winter styles are now on sale Qlr prices are within t tack ot all MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIO- HT504WJefferen StrutOTTO EVENT Proprietor Home PhonefSC ItII O JJ60NNOR BUILDER AND GOHTBACTOB =DSAtr1tIN LATI4StHINRLESl tt2Slt7 TwaAtyt tlttr tr JIOPJIOxH y J- n u 1 M+ nfWtWt w J q 5 rif ps rQ f RoRjjEk1 Kentucky Irish American H OFFICE WEST GREEN STREET e NOBLE WOMEN Aid In BeqflttrytnS Churches at the Poor Country Missions The Rev Udward W Does pastor of the Catholic mfsslons which include Pewee Valley Eminence and Lagrange has begun the new year by reorganizing the altar societies at Pewee Valley and Eminence At Pewee Valley thirtyfive ladies are enrolled and at Eminence twentyeight The latter society did gratifying work in beautifying the church during the past year It was mainly through the influence of these ladles that the church at Eminence was enriched by the presentation of new vestments On Christmas day the altar was adorned with a magnificent attar cloth the handiwork of Miss Katie Kircher of Louisville Few churches can boast any tiuerI work of art The center piece bears the inscription h H S embroidered in gold colored silk On either side are embrold Bred large American beauty roses Allis I done is silk and in the most artistic manner The ladles of Eminence are very proud of their handsome present Not to be outdone the Ladies Aid Society of Pewee Valley have made a handsome white chasuble which will ever be a mark of their artistic skill in needlework PROVED FATAL lcut Dan McAuIlffe Died as the Result of Accidental Shooting Lieut Danieiy McAuliffe died at St Josephs Infirmary Wednesday evening as the result of an accident Last Sufi day be was hiding his revolver in a trunk to keep his small children from playing with it In some unknown manner thejweapon was discharged the ball entering McAuliffes abdomen and piercing the intestines The wounded man was removed to St Josephs Infirm ary where everything known to surgical art was done to save his life despite the fact that the physicians saw from the first that there was little hope He lin gered in agonyuntH death came to his relief at 6 oclock Wednesday C7enlng The dead officer was thirtyseven years old and is survived by his wife who was Miss Bridget King and four children the eldest fnot quite twelve years old Two brothers also policemen Michael and John McAuliffe and a sister Mrs Nicholas Smith also survive The deceased was graduate of St Xavier College and had been a member of the police force about twelve years After his death the body was removed to the family residence 730 Zane street The funeral will take place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock this morning TOBACCO Instead of Potatoes May Be come the Staple Prod uct of Ireland r Tobacco will take the place of pots toes as the stapleproduct of Ireland is the startling prediction of Prof George M Keller whojarrived in Kentucky this week directfrom the Emerald Isle Prof Keller isjnow connected with the British Agricultural Department with headquarters in Dublin Formerly be was a teacherin the agricultural depart ment of the Kentucky State College but was employed by the British Govern ment on account of his knowledge or tobacco culture On Monday hefaddressed the students of the Statelbollegc at Lexington on the nature of his work inIreland Prof Keller is enthusiastic on the subject of improving agricultural conditions in Erins isle He told the students that the soil of Ireland was admirably well adapted to the culture of tobacco The question to be solved He said was the kind of tobaccoto be grown Before retuniingtoIreland Prof Kep ler will visit the tobacco raising districts of the United States and Canada with a view to studying present conditions in the tobacco Industry before making a dual report to the BrltlshGovrnniet OFFICERS INSTALLED The new officers of the St Joseph Orphans ociety were pubiicly Installed atR eetiBgjheld jin St JBdniface school faall daYafteilJOoaaIScverallrtt led of thernedbuawitnsudthe lprY U a DOa 4 I I UOQD WORK FAIR PRICES Kv t f 326 SOCIETY DIRECTORS1 I AO I3- DIVISION i 1- Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues MonthPresidentJohn Vice President Thomas D Clines Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergcantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Kelra- nRecordlnKSecretaryosepbT Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole man Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough erty Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4- Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy ViceJresident Joseph L Leniban Recording SecretaryPrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSnlli van1620 Seventh stree- tTreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason Treasurer Louis Constantine Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y iwr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twenty sixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial SecretryltrankGAdams TreasurerDaniel Weber MullarkeyInside Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella ceremonies The new officers are President John Kupper Vice PresidentJoseph Hubbuch Recording Secretary Frank G Harp ringFinancial SecretaryHenry Francke TreasurerHenry Micha- elAMUSEMENTS In Old Kentucky a drama of par icular interestto Louisville people will hold the boards at Masonic Theater next week The play is now enjoying its thirteenth season of uninterrupted suc cess Matinees will be given on Tuesdays Thursday and Saturday The Parisian Belles Extravaganza Com parry heralded as the brightest spoke iu the burlesque world will be the attac tion at the Buckingham Theater all of next week In addition to the two origi nal musical burlesques the company will present an olio of exceptional merit Matinees will be given everyday The celebrated New York Symphony Orchestra will be the attraction at Macanleys Theater Monday night Walter Damrosch will conduct the music and Miss Zndie Harris the talented planlatandcompoaer of this city will be the principal soloist The ScripComic Girl will be the attraction Thursday Friday and Saturday night and Saturday matinee Tony Wilson and Heloise originators of the Tramplin or bounding bed are the heaclllners announced for Hopkins nut week BsidM these Charles Leon ard Fletcher will appear in a hnmorqns sketch the Amoroa Sisters singers jugglers and trapeze artists Bruno and RnHeJlha eacomedysketcbthe Doria Trio willlpresent fA NighVin Venice Bryant and Saville i old favorites have anew sketch calleoVStBrt Me11 Boyce and Bartaak comedians sad vocalists hayI kynodronwillBg train wreckrayatwokt o- I LAID AWAY Infant Son of James Dough erty Escapes Turmoil of the World Many friends in Louisville will sympa WDoughertyInfant son JohnPatrick died on Thursday of last week and was buried the following day The infant was but five days old yet it was their first born Only parents who have had similar experiences can fully sympathize with Jim Dougherty and his estimable wife But the death of a baby after all should be a consolation to the parents He will not have to incur the misfortunes that flesh is heir to and every Catholic father baptizedinfantsearthly friends repel when the whole world seems against you then is the time that the memory of the babe shiues out as a beacon light it shows that there is some oneto welcome you in heaven some one not soiled by the corruption of the world and yet one who has a holy and a natural love for the father and mother who helped to bring about his partinMrs Dougherty who prior to her marriage was Miss Cat erlne Graney of Louisville Was illof pneumonia when the baby was born At last accounts her condition was somewhat improved but she Is not yet oufuf dange- rEXAMPLE a Shown by Office rs of Mackin Council in Being Prompt- at Meetings Considering the fact that a joint meet ing was held only a week before and that its members bad been overtaxedwith work recently Mackin Council Y M I hadan unusually large attendance on Tuesday night President Charles S Raidy occupied the chair and every offi cer was in his place This augurs well for any society since the fidelity of the officers is an incentive to the subordinate members to be prompt in their attend anceFor the first time in many months no applications were received but investi gating committees reported favorably on two candidates Alfred E Bader was reported ill in Denver ColI Louis Esch rich sick in New York City and James Mullarkey sick in Louisville Leslie Quinkert who had been on the sick list several weeks was reported well The House Committee recommended that the ball used for dancing be repainted that a chair railing be installed to protect the plastering on the walls and that a light be placed on the front porch The council concurred in the theimprovementsprobable that the gymnasium class and the sociall club will give a joint entertainment in the near future to raise funds to defray the expenses incurred in improvementsGrand J Garvey of Trinity Council attended the meeting and delivered an address that was enjoyed by all present The Federation Committee reported that Mackin Council had been complimented at the last meet lngofthe Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies for its promptitude in making reports and that the council had been further honored by the appointment of Samuel Robertson one of its members on the Executive Committee PRIZEWINNERS A mblnationdrawing for the benefit of the Immaculate Conception church TuesdayTicketdonated by the Rev Father Patrick Walsh of Louisville Miss Mollie Mackey 310 L street Louisville was the lucky holder Ticket 1177 held by Mrs Mary Kircher 1502 Washington street igontbe marble crucifix donated by the Charles A Rogers Book Co Mrs Louisa Nutter of Lagrange Ky held ticket 1135 and drew the wax madonna ofLouisvilleoldngstoveFather poorparishthahksib all who in any way helped to make thedrawing a success four Telephones twelve Wagons andHorsesthismeans Cuaoaden Delivers 09 Cream quiokrn a- I 1y- iYf4f ft 4MMHM y JAMES SOWDERS t 151153 West Jefferson Street I Fish and Oysters33OODHC 1IIO1 T1I03 2SOS+ 4J t f t t + + +++ ++1K+4+ FRANK FHiR BREWING 60 r INCORPORATB1D Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN- J3iWII COltIPANY i- 1INOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUJVJLLE KY a PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged XELEPHON Itss3 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone Main 1913 1913TI1 WIEDEMANBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOE DIERSENSFINE DARK BEETelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY YOHN E WALTERS Clay= 5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2091V LOUISVILLE KY lilT NATURALLY FOLLOWS that the Diamond Wall Plaster is ahead of the others The reason why is our secret We know hqw to make it If you want the best kind use it It is prepared to resist frost and will not freeze two hours after It is puton Kentucky Wall PlaslorCoJ IncorporatedTELEPHONE BrukandRlnrlaulnllllf Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Pias tar Jeffersouvillej Ind Telephone 655 Even the fellow who is Msown but withouttia- slJt n f d Fr CB THOMPSON FrORlSrROSEBUDS A SPECiALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth AVllnu261 W1e81rson SI Both Telepboacs 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed NAY AI j1PULSLU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apiaril WORK GUARANTEED Phone 36as 528 tflftk jStT ft Old and Rarje WJI5Jcles a SpecIait9a wmR EXCHANGEH N E J LOUIS tWABMITtC0Pr r 1 h389arlrrl STOEET tw1 u- d r iT x n uuuII ru fl 1 x- C fNT OKV IR H AMEIO End of Season Slaughter Sale AT THE BIG STOREr Is drawlng the crowds Values arc annihilated and the public are getting the benefit of the surplus stock of our factory Clothing Hats and Furnishings ate being sold at End of Season Slaughter Prices THE BIG STORE to West Market St between I Fourth and MILTON M MARBLESTONE ds CO I Y THE HOUSE THAT PLATT BUILT1 r Everything Uptodate in MENS FURNISHINGS Shirts to Order and Wedding SpecialtiesriN SID PLATT CO Fourth and Main JOHN II COWMAN President DICK SIIANIBY Secretary Ir A Clearance Sale of Used Pianos Every used and secondband Piano on our floor must be disposed of If you wish a Piano and feel that you cinnot afford the price of a new one you will no doubt find In the list below one that you can afford Armstrong Piano 17501 Willard Piano + L 2000 Marshall and Wendall Piano 2000 Kurlzmann Piano and Pianola 3250 Kurtzmann Piano and Angelus Piano Player 4250 Q Easy terms of payment can be arranged for on any of the above instru- mentsMQNTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO otssooo rrtNwrH AVENUE i REMEMBER a e t THAT BEST PLACE IN CITY TO n tURNITURtOF r WM F MAYER f 419 W MARKET STREET i 8 st TH6 Ghas fle ROQ6FS BOOK GO I I I PLAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES +I s TO SUIT EVERY I Give us a call and inspect out line TASTEiiI finest of their kind I BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + OP EVERY DESCRIPTION X34 TOT Jeffexsoxx Street g 88 MS I1 sr + l11III1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 1 HHI 1 1 HMH WHICH I WANT YOU TO TRY 3 Lbs for50cCoffee f Fresh roasted day and guaranteed the best for the price Try also my special TEA AT 4Sc A POUND Black Green or pure strong and fragrant Rebate worth Be in trade free with every dollars w- orthMULLOY 9 iSU1 H mPbontlUJ W ARKEX SrREETjJ HI t 1 1 IHu111 I 1 I i Jlt11iIIIi HI I I I II 11 11 I 11 I iMf1 I IIililIIl4I D S CHIIOS J F POUSHSB JOHN W waiSII U DSCHILDSCO It is Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission I t inHOMEI i 1X4 EAST JEFFERSON STREET rthc Brablefc dIMOORKHATIU Bflbert Company trsFLIUMd MYSPEOIAL mixed tickets fails tortutiMfim t 1k lialan tyyv- tvi Rtr tOr lttttidW tydtwrri- ftrSty Mu- I etc Itran Jnitltllt- 9 442 434 Filth I THE THE BUY I every Blank Book m Pat+ fox lI1ari A l JJtor bit xnb een l tA ZoutentII- y t1J5lj r RJ n r a r u N N N Noo N0Ne Clean= Up Sale of Womens J Misses and Childrens UptoDate ii CLOAKS AND COATSI IMissesf 3rokenlIII ClothiQ9 tor brown and blue 798 and 10 898 values Cleanup price iI iT4 Womens Castor Kersey Coat 52 inch es long loose front and back 21 i velvet collar 998 Coat I Misses Zibeline Short Coats Fancy I trimmed gray red and green I 500 Coats for PLACE QUALITIES ARE AND PRICES LOWER I HIBERNIANS 1 What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- Newsj Notes JDivisionJ 1 of Seattle is planning to have Douglas Hyde lecture under its auspices Division 2 of North Walpole N H celebrated its twentyfifth anniversary on last Friday Do not let yourinterest in the proposed Hibernian pall in this city flag Strike while the iron is hot Division 1 of New Albany held a well attended euchre at Holy Trinity school hall on Tuesday afternoon Division 2 met last night and President Con J Ford appointed good men on the Permanent Home and Hall Committee Five hundred persons among them several clergymen witnessed the installs tion of the officers of Division 1 at Buf I A class of forty candidates received the degrees after the officers had been installed by Divison 11 of Utica N Y at the last meeting County President McCormick of Buf falo has named each of the division Presidents on his committee of arrangements for the St Patricks day banquet Divisions 1 and 2 of Nashua N H visited Wilton last Sunday and exemplified the fourth degree on a cluss of candidates These Eastern Hibernians certainly circulate Members of the order in Erie county New York will join with other Catholic societies in Buffalo in extending a warm welcome to the National Federation of Catholics next June II Divisions 1 and 4 will meet next Tuesday and Wednesday nights respectively An important feature of each meeting will be the appointment of Committees on Permanent Home and Hall The Ladies Auxiliary is movingin the moreIgeneral support and encouragement from the men Remember that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world Much of the success of the concert- given at Buffalo by the Irish ladies choir was due to the earnest efforts of members tf the order The Very Rev Monsiguer Lanigan addressed the County Board on the subject and by that means secured the cooperatlon of members The Hibernians at Auburn N Ywill hold their SL Patricks day banquet on the night of March 1C As the seven teenth falls on Saturday and the banquet would doubtless extend past the midnight hour It was deemed advisable to hold the festivities twentyfour hours earlierDivisions 1 end 2and the Ladles Auxiliary of Seattle held a joint initia lion at their last meeting The drill team of Division 1 which consists of twelve members went through several pretty Each organization has sixty although the first anxilary was only organized last March l made his annual report showing that the membership has increased 180 during the past nine months There are now 1812 members in that State Kentucky larger has more sons and daughters of Erin and nearly 1000 less Hibernians Every member of the order should read I National President Dolans new year greeting at least three times The oftener you read it the better it seems When t you have allowed its meaning to sink to your mind hand the letter to some Catholic friend who is not a Hiber J yourorder I DEATHh Pate of John JUawIcr on His First Trip asa RoadcFireman John Lawler a fireman on the Southern raiiway death ina wreck Ih sear Lawrenceburg Kilast Saturday I Ie train ahead of theoaeled which lijiw Itr vyu jring broke la two eaddthe c riCj tilgiown i llticonldldlwHk UM I r train Lajtlrwee M i i- r gbfbsreatku 1 4981 6981 398 II IIWomet1sBlackKersey Coat Three and bckj belt button trimmed 798 Coats Cleanup sale price I Womens 52inch Coats In fancy mix fe tures loose front and back vel I vet collar 1298 Coats I Childrens Coats In plain K te I 40oCoatsI Childrens Brown Cheviot Coats Heavy quality full length plaitedI front and back6oo Coats IJ1 BACON SONS I IITUE WHERE BETTER faloI President metinstent I SemiAnnual CutPrice Clearance Sal- eDutchess OF Trousers 150 Grades 98c 250 Grades 148 300 Grades 198 350 248 450 Grades 298 500 Grades 348 LEVYSThird I M1CULEYSMonday Evening One Performance Only New York Symphony Orchestra Thursday Friday aud Saturday ISvenlngs and Saturday Matinee THE SERIOCOMIC GI- RLHOPlilNSluau CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opining Week Beginning Sunday Jan 21 Tony Wilson Heloise Originators of TratnpHn or the Bounding Bed telephoneAmrosBruno and Russell musical comedy stars Doria Trio presenting A Night in Venice Bryant 8t Saville musical minstrels in start me Doyce and Bnrbank comedians and vocalists The Kiuodrome with a thrilling picture The Train Wreckers BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY JAN 21 Parisian Belles EXTRAVAGANZA CO A guaranteed attraction with two big musical burlesques full of life action and comedy The Mound City Quar tette Americas leading singers the wreck and was instantly killed Six persons were more or less seriously injured by the smashup His remains were brought to this city and after being prepared for burial were taken to the home of his father Thomas Lawler 2800 Gsrfield avenue The deceased was twRnt7three years old aDd- s survived by lie parents and the fol lowing brothers and sisters Thomas Jr and William Lawler and Misses Mayme Margaret and Katie Lawler He had fired a switch engine in the yard for more than ayear and was making his first run when death overtook him The funeral took place from St Cecilias hlr hon Monday morning WELL ATTENDED I The Sewing Circle of St Edwarda Io6pitall eWjAlbariy gave a euchre In hat clty oaWedaesdayafternoon nd1I daBcewuJargeIIIidIlUU j aloepitai which illdoiaga great aJti aeritorioua JrkIi 1 4 589 I coloredcloth 41st Grades 998 298 i 3981 IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges W P Burke of Tipperary has secured a patent on dashboards and platforms for motor cars John Byrne seventy years old and prominent in his vicinity died recently at his home near Clonmel Redmond Barry a prominent Catholic attorney of Dublin has been appointed Solicitor General for Ireland Mrs Mary Kelly wbo is sajd to have been the oldest resident of County Wex ford is dead at the age of 100 years Sister Rose Crowley died recently at the convent of the Sisters of Mercy at Cappoquin She had been a member of the order twentyfive years The Belfast corporation and the Belfast Harbor Board have arrived at an agree ment for the establishment of a train system on the Queeus road The Irish Theological Quarterly is the title of a new Catholic periodical published in Dublin It has five editors each a member of the faculty of May nooth College Expert mineralogists it is claimed haye discovered a valuable vein of cop per near Coolawn County Tipperary Joining operations on the land are expected to begin soon The County Dublin Farmers Associa tion have protested against hunting clubs using foreign hays oats and straw The same body has protested against the Royal Dublin Society for using German peatArchbishop Walsh of Dublin has Parllametalfundscription he asserted his belief that the future of Ireland for a lifetime depends on the general elections now in progress Sties Kathleen OConuell of Darry none Abbey great granddangbter of the great Liberator who Isa probationary nurse in Richmond Hospital Dublin has just won a gold medal for the highest aggregate of marks in three competitive examinations in anatomy physiology and hygiene against a number of competitors from three hospitals The Orangemen received a rather rude shock lately King Edward has found it necessary to let it be known at the central ores of both the Unionist and Liberal parties that all election literature containg any reference to him or dis playing the royal arms as a means of Identifying him with either party must be stopped Such au unheardof order goes to the very length of depriving the Orangemen of their entire political stock in trade at a single blow The bishops Of Ireland are again endeavoring to check the outflow of emigrants that is threatening to depopulate their country The Primate of all Ire land His Eminence Cardinal Logue has issued an address which is ordered to be appealingpointing out the perils that beset immigrants in the overcrowded tenement districts of the big cities of the United States We hope that in a year or two an Irish Parliament will be established and that it may devise means to aid the young Irish boys and girls to make a living in their own land THORNTONS GREAT CHANCE Michael Thornton one of the most favorably known young Democrats in New Albany is being pushed forward as the nominee of his party for State Senator from Floyd and Harrison counties Ind The chances are very much in favor of Mr Thorntons nomination and election Heis a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernian and has many friends i i Louisville n1 C Kof AItfs a consolation for every man with a family to know that in case of Ills death 1000 or 12000 will childrenTheI already paid out thirteen and million dollars to the widows outs 7000 deceased haveiI iWrite toPreedentFeliY Gaudin Orleans Law or to Secretary 8te11rIHIiII i rsryt v t+ utu U Ht U U t t t If tt ttt GREAT SALEOF IRON BED- SGREENES AT t Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 25Oto- JAMES 25 GREENE s 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET t t t I oJ BE SURE TO CALL FOR m McKENNA III- III II J IWHISKyJII J ffl H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy e UgJJI1HHIII H I tHHI I+i1111i IH3 IhHHI 1 thdtIiI1 I 1 I H1I H IH 1 1 1 1 H I STRAIGHT CREEK COALsI Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON x JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards l Magnolia1st N R R 3SOTHC PHONES 1OCi 1 HHI1 II I iM HI1 +IfHI I I I H I 1 I H I I I 1 I I 1 I I I 1Ll FOIt OV THE CRO JAnd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated i HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS 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